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6 Things You Should Know About the Cancun Airport

January 29, 2013
airport Playa del Carmen Riviera Maya

All airports are not created equal. Here is some information that will help you when flying into Cancun, Playa del Carmen and the Riviera Maya.

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Sunset World According to Our Members

January 18, 2013
ResortsRivieraMaya

Sunset World Resorts & Vacation Experiences has so much to offer, but don’t take our word for it, here’s what our members have to say…

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Celebrating Changes: the Sunset Boat Parade

December 11, 2012
Cancun hotels

Sunset World Resorts & Vacation Experiences presented its new brands, Sunset Marina Resort & Yacht Club and Sunset Admiral Yacht Club & Marina, with the Sunset Boat Parade, a colorful tour of decorated boats that culminated in a lively party with music and fireworks on the banks of Nichupte Lagoon.

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Dance Salsa in Cancun

August 22, 2012
dancing Cancun

Salsa dancing is fun, great exercise and a good way to add a little spice to your relationship and your vacation. It’s also a great way to meet people if you’re single. Salsa is popular all over the world, including in Cancun.

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Our Well Kept Secret: Sunset Fishermen

June 6, 2012
resort Playacar

Do you know about Sunset’s well-kept secret? It is tucked away in the exclusive private Playa del Carmen community, Playacar. It’s the Sunset Fishermen.

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The Cancun Underwater Museum Surfaces

May 7, 2012
musa underwater sculptures

Located in Punta Nizuc National Marine Park off the coasts of Cancun and Isla Mujeres, Mexico, the Museo Subacuatico de Arte (MUSA), or Subaquatic Art Museum, addresses an important environmental issue: the preservation coral reefs. A practical nature preserve, it is also a spectacular tourist attraction. The Cancun underwater museum opened for exploration in December 2010 and is on its way to becoming the largest, well known underwater museum in the world.

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Tequila and…what?

April 16, 2012
paloma

You may think you know how to drink your tequila…in a margarita, a tequila sunrise, a slammer, or straight up with lime and salt. However, tequila is also delicious with these easy and common mixers which include liqueurs, soft drinks and fruit juices.

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Ethos: Our Farm in the Mayan Jungle

March 29, 2012
green travel

Ethos, Sunset World’s innovative $3 million agricultural project, is a farm in the Mayan jungle where produce, plants and honey will be organically grown and produced.

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A Month in Cancun at the Sunset Lagoon

March 20, 2012
Nichupte Lagoon

We are spending a month in this glorious place.  Sunshine and 80 degrees every day.  It may go to high 80s in summer and mid 70s during a cold snap but for us every day is blue skies, turquoise water, fresh fish, and plenty to do.  Clouds are welcome sometimes because the sun is strong.

This is a true vacation for us.  Sunshine, exercise, and real relaxation.  No obligations.  Nothing to accomplish.  For the first two weeks, we decide on no car.  Since we have no rental car expense, we buy two used but completely rehabbed bikes.  Two nice concierge staff people from the resort take us in their car on their time to find used bikes.  We find 2 nice one-speeds since it is flat here and they are all we can easily find.  Delivered to the resort.  Mine is hot pink with white wall tires, a white mesh basket, black and white seat.  Retro style.  A gem.  Larry’s is plain, manly black with no basket.

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How to Plan Your Perfect Mexico Vacation

March 7, 2012
all inclusive mexico vacation

Cancun or the Riviera Maya?

The first thing you should consider when planning your Mexico vacation is which travel attractions and activities interest you. If you want to be where the action is — near tours, shopping, restaurants, bars, and nightlife — the Cancun Hotel Zone is the place to be. A resort on the famous strip will place you near Cancun’s hottest nightclubs like Mandala, Sweet, The City, and Coco Bongo, and exclusive shopping malls like Plaza Kulkukan and La Isla.

If you prefer a more relaxing environment closer to the region’s natural wonders, such as incredible cenotes (cavernous sinkholes with natural springs), tropical jungles, and cultural treasures like the ancient Mayan ruins of Tulum, Coba, and Chichen Itza, then a Riviera Maya resort is a great choice.

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